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Old 02-26-2007, 03:26 PM
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Ok I think I have a pair of Alanis, but I would just like to hear you guys (the experts :wink: ) say that too. Ok enough with the flattery, here are the pics...

Supposive Male:


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Here's another shot of the male just for giggles (or whole-hearted giggles for us men :wink: )



Enjoy and what do you think?
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Old 02-26-2007, 03:29 PM
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looks like a pair to me!
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Chris,

You may want to watch that male. Perhaps I keep my frogs too fat, but your male looks a little on the lean side to me. I canít remember the last time I saw shoulder blades sticking out like in that last picture. I would increase the flies for a while and see if he thickens up a bit.
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Thanks guys.

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That is actually an older pic of him...he is much more...ehhh robust now.
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Good to hear
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Looks like a pair to me too. Good luck with them. That female is awesome lookin'
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Thanks. She really is a beauty.

Great so I have a pair!...now I just have to wait another year until the reach sexual maturity...

Edit: Woops I was thinking the wrong thing...they get sexually mature at about a year not 18 months (good thing :roll: )...so only six more months to go!
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making copiess
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How old are they?
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They are about 6-6 1/2 months old.

These guys are probably the favorite frogs that I have (although I only have two species...). They are so bold and have a lot of character.
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